Working with multiple displays


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Working with multiple displays

As hardware has become more powerful, it's become common to have a working environment in which multiple displays are used to increase screen real estate. The second display can be used for a variety of things. For example, have your email client up, have a web browser open, or in our case, use it to display reference images to refer to while painting or drawing. The operating system generally treats multiple displays as one large screen spanning both displays. Wacom Tablets and Pen displays provide for this situation.

Let's take a look at this on this Cintiq. So, what will happen if we look on my second display, I have got my cursor all over here on the left, and I am going to start to bring it across the screen. Now I am going to stop right at the edge here, and notice that we're only about one third of the way across from here, that's because both displays are mapped to this single amount of space, which is the tablet area as well.

And so as I continue on, now it's...

Working with multiple displays
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Working with multiple displays provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by John Derry as part of the Wacom Essential Training

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3D + Animation Design Photography
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